Thank You Very Much (Margaret song)

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"Thank You Very Much"
Thank You Very Much Margaret.png
Single by Margaret
from the EP All I Need and the album Add the Blonde
Released21 February 2013 (2013-02-21)
Genre Pop
Length3:10
Label
Songwriter(s)
  • Thomas Karlsson
  • Joakim Buddee
Producer(s) Ant Whiting
Margaret singles chronology
"It Will Be Lovely Day"
(2012)
"Thank You Very Much"
(2013)
"Tell Me How Are Ya"
(2013)
Music video
"Thank You Very Much" on YouTube
Alternative cover
Margaret TYVM cover.jpeg
Alternative cover used in selected territories

"Thank You Very Much" is a song by Polish singer Margaret. It was included on her first extended play (EP) All I Need (2013), and later also on her debut studio album Add the Blonde (2014). [1] The song was written by Thomas Karlsson and Joakim Buddee, and produced by Ant Whiting. [2]

Contents

In May 2012, Margaret debuted "Thank You Very Much" at the 2012 TOPtrendy Festival at Sopot's Forest Opera amphitheatre, and the song was released to Polish contemporary hit radio. Shortly thereafter, Margaret's management decided to withdraw the song from radio stations and designed a promotional plan before re-releasing it. [3] [4] The song was released for digital download in Poland on 21 February 2013 along with its music video directed by Chris Piliero. "Thank You Very Much" was later released in various other markets. It charted in the top 50 in Austria, Germany and Italy. The song won an award as the third-best-selling digital single of 2013 in Poland by a Polish artist.

Margaret represented Poland at the 2013 Baltic Song Contest with "Thank You Very Much", and finished in second place. [5]

Music video

The song's music video, in which Margaret appeared surrounded by 30 nude extras, was released on YouTube in February 2013. [6] It was filmed in Los Angeles, and its direction was handled by Chris Piliero. [6] [7] Shortly after its release, the video was removed by YouTube for violating the website's policy against nudity and sexual content; it was later restored with age restrictions. [6] [8] Following this, Margaret expressed her support of the right to nudity under the slogan, "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity", and criticised YouTube for censorship. [6] The video received substantial media coverage, contributing to the international success of "Thank You Very Much". [9] A year after its release, it appeared on the website 9GAG, which increased its YouTube traffic to more than 500,000 views in 24 hours. [10] The video won the Eska Music Award for Best Video. [11]

Track listing

  1. "Thank You Very Much" (UK Radio Version) – 3:10
  2. "Thank You Very Much" (Radio Version) – 3:09
  3. "Thank You Very Much" (Extended Version) – 4:21
  1. "Thank You Very Much" (DJ Tr-Meet Remix) – 4:10
  1. "Thank You Very Much" (Vital G Remix Radio Edit) – 4:09
  2. "Thank You Very Much" (Vital G Remix) – 5:49
  3. "Thank You Very Much" (Vital G Club Remix) – 6:14
  4. "Thank You Very Much" (Vital G Club Remix Edit) – 3:48
  1. "Thank You Very Much" (Radio Edit) – 3:10
  2. "Thank You Very Much" (Single Edit) – 3:09
  3. "Thank You Very Much" (Extended Version) – 4:21

Accolades

YearCeremonyCategoryResultRef.
2013Sopot TOPtrendy FestivalBiggest Hit of the YearNominated [16]
2013 Baltic Song Contest Grand PrixSecond [5]
2013 Eska Music Awards Biggest Hit of the YearNominated [17]
2013Eska Music AwardsBest Music VideoWon [11]
2014Sopot TOPtrendy Festival Digital Song of the Year Third [18]

Charts

Weekly charts

Chart (2013)Peak
position
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40) [19] 38
Germany (Official German Charts) [20] 41
Italy (FIMI) [21] 22
Poland (Polish Airplay New) [22] 2
Russia Airplay (Tophit) [23] 127

Release history

RegionDateFormatVersionLabelRef.
Poland21 February 2013Original Magic Records [ citation needed ]
Russia24 February 2013 [24]
Scandinavia18 March 2013Extensive Music [12]
Russia17 June 2013 Contemporary hit radio Broma16 [23]
Austria21 June 2013Digital download
  • Extensive Music
  • B1M1 Recordings
[ citation needed ]
Germany [25]
Switzerland[ citation needed ]
Italy26 July 2013
  • Extensive Music
  • B1M1 Recordings
  • X-Energy Records
[26]
Various30 July 2013DJ Tr-Meet RemixBroma16 [13]
Italy27 September 2013Contemporary hit radioOriginalX-Energy Records [27]
1 November 2013Digital downloadEP
  • Extensive Music
  • B1M1 Recordings
  • X-Energy Records
[28]
Various4 November 2013OriginalExtensive Music [29]
Italy17 December 2013Remixes EP
  • Extensive Music
  • B1M1 Recordings
  • X-Energy Records
[14]
18 December 2013 CD single OriginalX-Energy Records [15]

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